£10,000 reward offered following bookies robbery


We are offering Security Services to protect business not to be robbed or vandalize.

Not to undergo the status of victims and to have to deal with all the mental problems and disruption caused by such experiences. 
But the paradox is, that people want to pay money to catch the robbers (£10,000) after they been robbed then to spend the money on security 
solution not to be robbed in the first place. 

Revenge is sweet!
If this £10,000 rewords offers will keep coming I better develop a Bounty Hunting department in our business 🙂 
Here is the news from clactonandfrintongazette.co.uk/news: 

£10,000 reward offered following bookies robbery


£10,000 reward offered following bookies robbery
A £10,000 reward is being offered in a bid to catch crooks who carried out a £500 raid at a Clacton bookies.
Two men stole the cash from Ladbrokes, in St Johns Road, after threatening staff with an aerosol can.
One of the robbers waited by the door while the other threatened a staff member, who handed over the money.
Independent charity Crimestoppers has teamed up with the Association of British Bookmakers to offer a reward of up to £10,000 for information about the crime.
Crimestoppers spokesman Ann Scott urged people to come forward anonymously.
“Victims of robbery can be made to feel vulnerable and intimidated as a result of their experience which is why any incident of this nature is a serious crime,” she said.
“Individuals working in, or providing custom to, any betting shop should be made to feel safe when they are doing so.
“This is why Crimestoppers and the ABB are offering this reward of up to £10,000 for information on this crime.”
She added: “People have nothing to fear by contacting the charity as we only want to know what you know, not who you are.
“In the 24 years that we have been running Crimestoppers we have never revealed anyone’s identity.”
The robbers’ faces were covered during the incident. But the raider with the can is described as black, about 24, 6ft tall and was wearing a blue jumper, balaclava and gloves.
Anyone with information about the robbery, which happened at about 9.20pm on October 9, should contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org.


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